Saica Group has reached an agreement to acquire 76% of Fox Recykling’s shares in the hopes of expanding its waste management services in the Eastern European market via its Saica Natur business division.
Based in Gdynia, northern Poland, Fox Recykling is said to have managed around 45,000 tonnes of waste and achieved a turnover of approximately €9 million in 2021. Its partial acquisition by Saica is expected to contribute to the company’s value proposition in the eastern European market and the development goals laid out in its Saica 2025 strategic plan.
Other targets set in the plan include an average yearly investment of €230 million into new, ‘state-of-the-art’ technologies to keep its products and services up to date, and continued vertical integration to improve the company’s efficiency.
“This milestone is a step forward in Saica´s business growth strategy, not only by continuing our expansion into the Polish market with Saica Natur but also with the aim of further developing our infrastructures and services in this market,” said Ramón Alejandro, president of Saica Group.
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